Friday, 8 February 2008

White magnetic curtain

Tough week, too tired to blog. Roll on the weekend.
I like magnets, so I'm intrigued by this curtain that can be shaped any way you like, I like when practicality is also playful...



Florian Krautli: Magnetic Curtain (via ffffound)

7 comments:

mansuetude said...

i love this too.
rest when you need to...and dream a lot while you're doing it... breathe!

andrea tachezy said...

Cally, this is really great.
And I agree with mansuetude - rest and dream!

susan said...

oh i love this one too - i found it and stashed it in my folders somewhere and so glad i found it here again!
happy weekend to you dear cally!

Jennifer Perry said...

Dear Cally,
I am very moved by your artwork and your very honest and heartfelt words.

I had CFS/ME from about 1995 to 2000 while I was studying sculpture in art school. Needless to say, it was so frustrating (dumb doctors, etc.) and depressing not to be able to work in my studio and attend classes. I just want to give you a bit of hope that you can and will feel better eventually, and that you may be surprised about the artistic gifts that such circumstances bring.

Since I couldn't work in my studio, I started pricking holes in paper (love your examples!) and sewing into the drawings that I made with my mother's hair. I am still making the work now, 10 years later, and it has given me so much. I have a blog about it if you're curious.

Anyway, hang in there, try as much alternative medicine as you can afford (acupuncture, herbs and shiatsu really helped me) and just know that this will not last forever.

Best wishes,
Jenn
Brooklyn, NY,

Uschi said...

a beautiful white curtain with the light shimmering through can calm you so much!!
I currently work with magnets, too, so I can understand your love for them!!

maditi said...

really great design!!

Francesca said...

ooh, just looking through your archives, so addictive, everything's so beautiful. this curtain is so clever. love it.

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